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Offensive Psionics

I’ve been developing my telepathy and the progress has been going well. Though, there have been a few challenges. Some individuals seem less susceptible to telepathy than others and I am trying to understand why. Ironically, those with psionic potential seem to be the easiest to mind read but more difficult to telepathically influence. Those with no psionic potential are more difficult to mind read but more easy to influence. I don’t understand why yet.

Also, one phenomena I have noticed is that the more I try to use psionics the more electromagnetism is affected. I have noticed when I’m trying to use psionics computers freeze and connections are interrupted. I have tried to use enough psionics to turn off lights but I have been unsuccessful. I have been able to cause television malfunctions and other minor phenomena but I don’t understand why I wouldn’t be able to completely interrupt the flow of electrons.

As I have noted before, my ultimately goal is to reliably use offensive psionics. Mind reading is very beneficial and influencing is as well but I want to do more.

In addition, I have been able to see what I call “aura” or something like a vapor around myself and others. When I try to use psionics I notice that the “aura” grows. I have been able to reliably distinguish those with psionic potential by this phenomena. I have not found someone with the same amount of vapor around me so I would like to understand why. The strongest psychic I’ve encountered does not seem to be able to do what I can do for some reason I do not understand.

Psionics has two sides like electrical charge. Absorption and projection. I’ve noticed those with psionic potential will “absorb” when I try to influence them so I focus on “absorption” which makes it easier to mind read. Those without psionic potential do not seem to “absorb” so maybe there is a a “projection” mechanism behind influencing a person’s mind.

I would appreciate the input of other psychics.



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